Using Serum as a Sampler | Chris Gear

Pyramind sound design instructor Chris Gear is back with another Serum tutorial. In this video, he goes over the different ways you can use Serum as a sampler. First, he uses Serum’s built-in noise oscillator. Next, he goes over importing longer formed audio, and explains Serum’s audio import options to help you decide what would be best for your workflow.

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